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As mentioned in the list of the keyboard shortcuts in the Outlook Help page: Ctrl+v then Ctrl+SPACE seems a reasonable solution that gives a way to apply the current format of the mail you're writing to the text you paste. An alternative is Ctrl+v then Ctrl+Shift+z which removes any format.


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I don't believe you can change the menu key behavior. However, you can do this: Control Panel | Region and Language Keyboards and Languages tab Click Change Keyboards Advanced Key Settings tab There you can set the shortcut combination that selects each language. Or if you only have a few languages installed, Left ALT + SHIFT will switch between/among ...


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Not entirely a hotkey, but hold the Shift key and click the app in the taskbar.


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Easiest way I can think of is the one I use on one of my work computers. Create a Shortcut on your desktop point it to your Outlook. Mine is as stated. C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office12\OUTLOOK.EXE Then you insert the switch. Using Ram's Inbox as an example. /select "outlook:Ram's Inbox" Here is what yours will look like. ...


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There appears to be a race condition with the interaction between the MATE shortcut system and mate-screenshot. You can work-around the bug by creating a wrapper /usr/local/bin/mate-screenshot-wrapper similar to this: #!/bin/sh sleep 1 exec /usr/bin/mate-screenshot $@ Then assign your custom shortcut to /usr/local/bin/mate-screenshot-wrapper -a. On my ...


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I've been curious about this as well and this is a really temporary solution that I'm not happy with--but it's something. By simply minimizing your main terminal window (instead of leaving an active iTerm window in whatever desktop space it's in--which I'd much rather do) your hotkey window will drop down the visor in your current window without conflicting ...


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For Dvorak keyboard layout, it is pretty neat to use a minus (dash) key as a prefix, i.e. ctrl+-. The minus key is on single quote key position in qwerty layout. Also I've caps lock key function as a ctrl key. Following is a tmux conf, to set it as a prefix: unbind C-b set -g prefix C-_ bind C-_ send-prefix bind - last-window You may wonder, why the ...


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This is an internal issue but is easily fixable with a 3rd party program called Sharpkeys. Sharpkeys requires Microsoft .NET framework 4.0 or more. Steps: Install Sharpkeys from their website here. Click "add" and map Left Ctrl(00_1D) to Right Ctrl(E0_1D). This will map the left ctrl to act like the right ctrl and will fix your problem. EDIT : Can you ...



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